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Sensible BMP's

Doug Rucker

UAMCC Board of Directors
One of the things that hit me was that in Milwaukee, and hopefully Paul will chime in here if I get any of this wrong, if there is 6 feet or more of permeable surface between you and a body of water. like a creek, lake, pond etc, then your wash water is allowed to go into the soil. Now if your wash water is going to over flow that soil portion and flow into the water, then of course you would need to prevent that.
 

Tony Shelton

Environmental Consultant / Past Director
One of the things that hit me was that in Milwaukee, and hopefully Paul will chime in here if I get any of this wrong, if there is 6 feet or more of permeable surface between you and a body of water. like a creek, lake, pond etc, then your wash water is allowed to go into the soil. Now if your wash water is going to over flow that soil portion and flow into the water, then of course you would need to prevent that.
Was any of Milwaukee connected to the sanitary sewer like San Francisco?

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